Lewisville TX Digital Eye Strain Relief Optometrist Specialty Treatment Launched

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A group of eye centers in Texas is now offering specialty treatments for those who are suffering from the different manifestations of digital eye strain.

Eyes Now, a chain of eye centers based in Texas, launches their specialty treatments for individuals who are experiencing symptoms of digital eye strain. With offices in Lewisville, Southlake, and Dallas, the team makes it easy for patients in the Dallas-Fort Worth area to reach and consult their optometrists.

More information can be found at https://eyesnow.us.

The centers’ newest launch serves as a timely offering as more and more employees are shifting to remote work arrangements. As the eye specialists point out, the average American spends 11 hours a day using their various digital devices. This number can only be expected to go up as formerly in-person meetings and manual tasks are now being done virtually.

The optometrists at Eyes Now also warn against the common misconception that digital eye strain, also known as computer vision syndrome, results only from prolonged use of digital devices. It can also occur when the eyes focus on objects for extended periods. Common symptoms of eye strain include blurred vision, dry eyes, headaches, light sensitivity, and difficulty concentrating.

To relieve the symptoms, the optometrists may recommend different treatments depending on the source of the eye strain. Options may include using artificial tears, following the 20/20/20 rule, and making environmental and behavioral changes. A consultation is encouraged so that the eye doctors can determine the best approach to help the patients regain eye comfort.

Those who are coming in for a consult will appreciate the paper-free check-in process on the kiosks. Insurance data and all other necessary information are collected on the phone, so the patients do not have to wait when they get to the centers. Eyes Now aims to complete eye examinations and prescriptions within 20 minutes.

A spokesperson from the eye centers states, “There’s never a convenient time to experience digital eye strain. So much of what we do, from work to leisure, depends on digital devices. When digital eye strain sets in, it can irritate your eyes and disrupt your workflow. To help manage your symptoms of digital eye strain, please book an appointment with us today.”

Interested parties may access additional details by visiting the website above.